What I wish I’d known as a student: uni experiences can improve your workplace skills

Rajeeb Dey, entrepreneur and founder of several startups, is quite clear that university offers a great opportunity to acquire key workplace skills. Looking back at his time at uni, he believes that what you do above and beyond your course is vital.                         

Joining societies, running events and volunteering, he says, can all put you in a position of strength by giving you skills which transfer to your career.

About Rajeeb

Rajeeb Dey is the founder and CEO of Learnerbly. He was named as one of the 1,000 Most Influential People in London by The Evening Standard and as the O2 X Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2009 for his startup Enternships.com. He became the youngest recipient of the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion in 2013.

About the author

Rajeeb Dey is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Enternships. He was names as one of the 1,000 Most Influential People in London by The Evening Standard and as the O2 X Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2009. He became the youngest recipient of the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion in 2013.